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Use & Care Guide
Manual de Use y Cuidado
Engllsh / EspaEol
ModeliModelo:
Ken
116o31811
p,iN COIZDMWOOU00
- KC01ZDMWZOUO
SB_'_sBrands Man_gemBnt
Corporation, Haffman EsmtQs_
IL 60179
USA
www,_enlTiore_om
_-WW
sears,colT1

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  • Page 1 Use & Care Guide Manual de Use y Cuidado Engllsh / EspaEol 116o31811 ModeliModelo: p,iN COIZDMWOOU00 - KC01ZDMWZOUO SB_'_sBrands Man_gemBnt Corporation, Haffman EsmtQs_ IL 60179 www,_enlTiore_om _-WW sears,colT1...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Your vac- uum cleaner's model and sertal numbers are located on the Model and Serial Number Plate, Use the space below to record the model numberand serial numberof your new Kenmore vacuumcleaner. Model No.
  • Page 3 Sears store, Sears Parts & Repair Center or other Kenmore outlet for free repair. If this vacuum cleaner is used for other than private family purposes,...
  • Page 4 Read all instructions in thisguide before assemblingor usingyourvacuumdeaner. ,AWARNUNG: Your safety is important to us. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or damage when using your vacuum cleaner, follow basic safety precau- tions including the following: Use your vacuum cleaner onlyas Keep hatG loose clothing, fingers, and all described in this guide.
  • Page 5: Parts And Features

    ii is important to know ",/ourvacuumcleaner's parts and feature5 to assuretls proper and safe use, Reviewthese b_fore usingyour vacuumcleaner Objecf SIyle No.. Part No, Part No, in USA in Canada Exhaust F ilter EF-1 20-86889 20-4032.4 Handle OFF/FLOOR/CARPET Switch Cord Hose Handle Dust Cup...
  • Page 6: Vacuum Cleaner

    Please pay special attention to these hazard alert boxes, and foilow any instructions given. WARNING statements atert you to suchhazards as fire, electdc shock, burns and personal injury° CAUTION statements alert you to such hazards as personal injury and/or property damage, lllllll ii i,iii iii ,i,1,111 i...
  • Page 7: Attachment Assembly

    ATTACHMENT ASSEMBLY HOSE AND WAND 6o Rotate the hose release lever upwards to lock the hose in place, 1_ insert the tab on \-,. the telescopic wand Ho_e into the ".f"stot on Handle--_ the hose handle. Twist the telescopic "J" slot wand to lock in place.
  • Page 8: Power Cord

    POWER CORD I. Place the wand Into the wand holder and the hose handle into the hose holder. NOTE: The wand and hose handle must be in place before wrapping the power cord. 2. Make sure that cord hook is in upright position as shown.
  • Page 9: Power Cord

    Moving parts] To reduce the risk of personal injury1 DO NOT touch the agitator when vacuum cleaner on, Contacting the agitator while it is rotating can cut, bruise or cause other injurles_ Always turn off and unplug from electrical outlet before servicing° Use caution when operating near children.
  • Page 10: Releasing The Handle

    RELEASING THE HANDLE Release the handle by pressing down on the handle release pedal with your foot and pultfng back and down on the handle with your hand. Note: The agitator does not rotate when the vacuum cleaner is in the upright posi- tion, OFf/FLOOR/CARPET SW,TC.
  • Page 11: Pile Height Selection

    PILE HEIGHT SELECTION To select a pile height setting: Select a pile height setting by pressing the HEIGHT ADJUST bulton on the side of the nozzle° The pile height setting shows on the indicator window° See SUGGESTED PILE HEIGHT SETTINGS, CAUTION Refer to your carpet manufacturers cleaning recommendations.
  • Page 12: Attachments

    ATTACHMENTS i,,H H,,, CAUTION _CAUTION DO NOT use the hose when the vacuum When using attachments, be careful cleaner is in the use position. to overextend the stretch hose when reaching° Trying to reach beyond the Always return the vaccum cleaner to the hose stretch capability could cause the upright position before using the hose...
  • Page 13: Attachment Use Table

    ATTACHMENT USE TABLE CLEANING AREA Between ATTACHMENT _urnllu,o* Cu_h_D,=* Drape=* St_r_ Wal_s CREVICE TOOL COMBiNATiON BRUSH v" PETHANDI MATE_M Applicable * Always clean attachments before using on fabrics and walls. Use the brush holder without the brush for greater suction on furniture cushtons or stairs Use brush holder wlth brush for cleaning...
  • Page 14 i,v,lll MOTOR PROTECTION SYSTEM CAUTION Thermal Protector - Suction Motor This vacuum cleaner has a thermal Always return the vaccum cleaner le the protector which automatically trips to upright position before using the hose and protect the vacuum cleaner suction motor. atlachmontso Failure to do so may result in If a clog prevents the normal flow of air overheating of the agitator meters and can...
  • Page 15: Vacuum Cleaner Care

    OPERATION WARN,N ..As you vacuum, the red indicator light will come on and stay on as long as the Electrical Shock And Personal injury sensor detects a high concentration _azard particles passing through the vacuum cleaner. _)isconnecl electrical supply before per- forming maintenance to the vacuum TO CLEAN DIRT SENSOR OPTICS...
  • Page 16: Vacuum Cleaner Storage

    Always fol_ow all safety precautions when WARNING performing maintenance to the vacuum cleaner° Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the vacuum cleaner. Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal injury from vacuum cleaner suddenly starling.
  • Page 17: Dust Cup Emptying

    DUST CUP EMPTYING 5. After the dust cup is empty of Always unplug power cord from debris, firmly electrical outlet before performing close the door,, ..,Tv ce e.vaouum clea.er. Make sure you hoar a "click" sound to indicate TO REMOVE DUST CUP that the door is fuily latched.
  • Page 18: Dust Cup Cleaning

    DUST CUP CLEANING TO DISASSEMBLE DUST CUP TO ASSEMBLE DUST CUP Remove dust cup from vacuum cleaner t_ Reinstall upper portion (See DUST CUP EMPTYING) and empty of dust cup onto air contents,, guide so that the locking screws pass through the holes inthe !_ Rotate upper dust cup to unlock, then...
  • Page 19 PRE-FILTERCLEANING 3_ Clean pre-filter The pre*fllter is located inside the dust by gently tapping cup° Check the pre_filter frequently over a trash clean when dirty. container_ Tap on several sides to 1, Remove the dust cup as outlined tn the ensure best DUST CUP CLEANING section, cleaning°...
  • Page 20: Primary Filter Cleaning

    PRIMARY FILTER CLEANING tt is recommended to clean filter with cold 5. Once the filter is washed clean, squeeze water at least every three {3) months. by hand and allow to air dry, 6_ Allow filter to dry 24 hours before Check the primary fitter frequently putting back into vacuum cleaner.
  • Page 21: Exhaust Filter Replacement

    EXHAUST FILTER REPLACEMENT The HEPA exhaust filter must be replaced 3. Place new filter cartridge into cover when dirty, It should be replaced making sure that airflow arrow on side of regularly depending on use conditions, cartridge points into cover, The filler CANNOT be washed as it wilt Place foam seal of filter against the...
  • Page 22: Clog Removal

    CLOG REMOVAL NOZZLE DUST CUP Always follow all safety precautions when t. Press the Du_t Cup performing maintenance to the vacuum release button on cleaner, the side of the dust cup, _WARNING 2, While pressing Du+mon -- (-_'--_ the release but- Eleclrica! Shock Or Personal Injury ton rotate the top Hazard...
  • Page 23 HOSES 4. Stretch the extension hose to maximum Always follow all safety precautions when tength and then allow the hose to return to performing maintenance to the vacuum its natural length. cleaner_ _WARNING Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before performing maintenance to the vacuum...
  • Page 24 Review thts table to find do-It-yourself solutions for minor performance problems, Any ssrv]ce needed, other than maintenance described in this Use & Care Gulde, sheutd be performed by a Sears or other qualified service agent. WARNING Disconnect electrical supply before performing maintenance to the vacuum cleaner.
  • Page 25: Master Protection Agreements

    Vacuum Cleaner Help Line: 1-877-531-7321 8:00am-5_00pm EST, M-F (U_SoA.andCanada) Master Protection Agreements Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new i(enmore® product is designed and manufactured for years of dependable operation_ But llke all products, it may require preventive maintenance or repair from time to time.
  • Page 26 NOmero de Serte Fecha de Compra Marengo este llbro y su reclbo en un Iugar seguro para referencias futuraso LISTA DE EMBALAJE SuASPIRADOR KENMORE se empaca con los stguientesptezas y componentes par sep- arado= 1 Aspiradora Pet Hand| Mate Cepitlo para sacudtr...
  • Page 27 Linea de ayuda de Aspiradoras: 1-877-531-7321 8:00am-5:00pm EST,M-F (U.S.AoandCanada) Garanffa lirnitada de un aria Siesta aspiradora falla per un defecto en sus mater|ales o fabrtcacl6n en e! per|ode de un aria desde la fecha de compra, cuando se Instala, rnaneja y rnanttene siguiende redes los lnstrucctones...
  • Page 28 *l_ea"to'daS |a's' instrucc]ones en este manual antes de arma'r'"o"us'a"r' 'su''aSl_iradora_ ADVERTENCnA Suseguridad es mw importantepare nosolroso P are reduclr et rlesgede incendlo,cheque el_ctrico, Jesi6ncorporalo dawesal utilizer su r,spirad0ra0ac_e de acuerdo conlas precouclones b6dcas de seguridad, entre elias: Use su asplradora solamente come se Mant.enga el pelo, ropas...
  • Page 29 EsImportanto center los plazas y caroclr_rfsltCOS do su osptradc_'a pora osegurar suusa aciecuado y soguro. Exam_nelas antes de usarsu asplradorao Objeclo Estilo No. Pieza No, Pieza No. en USA en Canada Filtro de escape EF-1 20-B6BB9 20-40324 [ntarruplor OFFiFLOORiCAF[PET Cord6n el6cttice (fi|tro ajuste do...
  • Page 30: Montaje Del Mango

    Adverlenc|a: Este informact6n le alertor6 de peligro de fuegot cheques electrtcost Por favor ponga atenci6n espec|al a los cuadros que |e atertaran de posib)es peligros quemadas y lesfenes_ Cuidada" Estetnformacl6n le alertara de pel(gros come leslones y defies de propiedad_ ...
  • Page 31 MONTAJE DEL ACCESORIOS MANGUERA Y TUBa 6. Rote el I. Insertar et perno Man_o ltberador de la del tuba en los dR la \\ \ manguera hacla ranuras "J" arrlba para c/el mancjuera--_ mango de la asegurar la manguera. Devuella Ranura= manguera el su a el tuba para que...
  • Page 32 CORDbN EL_:CTRICO I, Poner el tubo telesc6plco porta tubo y el mango de ta manguera en el soporte para ta manguera. NOTA: El tube telesc6pico y la manguera deber6n set colocados en sus sillos corre- spondlenles antes de enrollar el cord6n et6ctrico.
  • Page 33: Cord6N El_Ctrtco

    CUIDADO iPar_es en movimiento! Pare reducir el riesgo de da_os corporales, no toque el agitador cuando aspiradora est6 encendlda. El later el aglfador mientras que est6 girando puede cortar_ contusionar o causer arras iesiones. 5|empre desconecte de| tomacorrlente antes de dar mantenimlento, Tenga cuidado al asplrar cerca de nifios_ CORDON ELECTRICO...
  • Page 34: Off/Pisoialfrombra

    DESPRENDIMIENTO DEL MANGO Ltbere et mango plsando el pedal de liberaci6n y tirando del mango hacia abajo con la mano, Nolo: El agitador no girar6 cuando la osplradora est6 en posici6n vertical INTERRUPTOR OFF/PISO/ALFOMBRA OFF (Apagado) Para arrancar lq asplradora, deslice el tnterruptor OFF/PISO/ALFOMBRA desde to...
  • Page 35: Ajuste Y Selecci6N De Nivel De Pelo De La Alfrombra

    AJUSTE Y SELECCi6N DE NIVEL DE PELO DE LA ALFOMBRA Para seleccionar un ajusfe de nive| de Algunas alfombras mc_sdelicadas pueden pelo de |a affombra: requerir el uso de la asplradora con el agitador desconectado para preven}r que ta alfombra sea dafiada_ Seleccione una altura del pelo de la alfombra...
  • Page 36: Accesorlos

    ACCESORIOS _CUIDADO _CUIDADO NO USE la manguera cuando la Cuando use los accesorios, tonga cui- aspffadora este en use dado de no estirar demasiado |a man- guera expansible para tratar de alcan- 5iempre regrese la aspiradora zar robs lejos. Si trata de esfirar la man- posici6n vertical antes de usar la...
  • Page 37: Cuadro De Usa De Los Accesorlos

    CUADRO DE USO DE LOS ACCESORIOS AREA A LIMPIAR Enho ACCESORIO Mu, bIo_* toni,.* tort;..,* E,c_ra.. E'arD_o, DIDURAS _" COMBINACION** CEP|LLOPARA 4" PET HANDI MATE = Apllcabl_ Stempre limpfe los accesortos antes de usar sobre telas y par,des. Use el suJetador del ceplllo sin el cepttto pare una mayor succl6n en muebles, cojines o escateras.
  • Page 38 SISTEMA DE PROTECTION DE MOTOR CUIDADO Protector Terma! - Succi6n del Motor Siempre regrese la asplradora a la poslci6n vortical antes do usar la Esto aspiradora tlene un protector termal manguera y !os accesorlos. La falla de que se a_usta autom61tcamente pare este es el resuttado de! sobre proteger a la aspiradora...
  • Page 39 INDICADOR DE POLVO ADVERTENCIA El tndtcador el_ctrico de palvo es una carocterisflca que detecta el polvo mien- Peligro de choque el6ctrico o lesi6n cor- tras que paso par la asptradorao poral Desconecte la unidad antes de |impiarla El tndicador de polvo est6n Iocalizados o darle servicio.
  • Page 40: Almacenamiento De La Aspiradora

    illllll Siga stempre redes tas instrucciones de _ADVERTENCIA seguridad antes de efectuar mantenimiento a su asptradora. Peligro de cheque el6ctrico o |esi6n corporal Desconecte la unldad antes de efectuar el mantenimiento a su aspiradora_ De Io contrario podHa producirse vn cheque el6ctrico o causer lesi6n corporal si la asplradora arranca...
  • Page 41: Vaciar El Contenedor De Polvo

    VACIAR EL CONTENADOR DE POLVO ,: ....ii i,i iii 4_ Sacuda el canasto Siempre desconede et cord6n 61eclrlcc polvo para soltar cualqu_er antes de reparar alguna parle de la aspi- radora. desecho que pueda colgar en PARA REMOVER EL el elemento del CONTENADOR DE POLVO...
  • Page 42 LIMPIAR EL CONTENADOR DE POLVO COMO DESARMAR EL PARA ARMAR EL CONTENEDOR CONTENEDOR DE POLVO DE POLVO 1_Instalar la porte Desprender el contenedor de polvo de la asptradora (vet como limpiar el contenedor de polvo) y racier contenido superior del contenedor de polvo paro abrtr, y levantar hacta...
  • Page 43 LINtPIAIt EL SISTEMA DE PREFILTRACI(_N E1sistema de PRE ft|tracl6n esta 3, L|mplar el Iocallzado dentro del contenedor PRE filtro con polvo_ Revise el sistema de PRE ftltraci6n golpecitos frecuentemente y ffmptelo cuando sea SUQVeS necesario_ contenedor de Pro-Ftllfo basura_ 1o Remueva el conteneder de potvo como se "...
  • Page 44: Limpiar El Flltro Prtmario

    LIMPIAR EL FILTRO PRIMARIO Es recomendable |implar el fiffro con ague 5° Una vez el filtro es lavado y limpio, fria par Io menos cada 3 meses° exprimalo con la mano y permita que seque. Revtsar el filtro prtmario y I]mptarlo cuando sea necesarloo 6o Dejar que el filtro se seque par 24...
  • Page 45: Filtro De Escape

    FILTRO DE ESCAPE El filtro del escape HEPAse debe 3_ Ponga el nuevo flltro adentro de la reemp!azar cuando este sucJo.Este debe cubierta estando seguro de que la flecha de ftujo de a}re al costado del flltro reemplazar se regularmente dependiendo de las condiciones use.
  • Page 46 I COMO ELIMINAR LOS RESIDUOSDE BASURA EN LOS CONDUCTOS j BOQUILLA CONTENEDOR DE POLVO 1_Presione eJ Precede stempre con precauctones Tapade! €ontenedor bot6n ltber- segurtdad antes de efectuar el manten- de po_vo ,.._ imtento a su aspiradora_ ador que se encuentra a un lade del con- ADVERTENCIA...
  • Page 47 MANGUERAS 4. Est|re al m_ximo la manguera y _uego permita que se encoja hasta su tamai:io Proceda siempre con precauclones normal de almacenamientoo secjuridacl antes de efectuar el manten- tmlento a su asplradora, ',,, / Pos;cf_n origina| dep6slto ADVERTENCIA la mcmguera Petlgro de choque el_ctrico o tesi6n corpora| Desconede la unldad antes de efectuor el manfenlmlento a su aspiradorao De Io conlra-...
  • Page 48 Revise este recuadro pare encontrar soluclones a problemas que puede corregir usted mtsmo. Cualquier otto serviclo debe ser realizado par SEARS u otro agenle de servtclo caltftcado. ADVERTENCIA Peligro de cheque el_ctrlca Desconecte |a aspiradora antes do efectuar el mantenimlento a su aspirldora.
  • Page 49: Acuerdos Maestros De Protecci6N

    8:00am-5:00pm EST,M-F (UoS.Ao andCanada) Acuerdos Maestros de Prolecci6n Enhorabuena per hacer una compra tntelfgente, Su nuevo producta Kenmore® est6 d_sefiadoy fab- ricado para ofrecerle afios de funcionamlento conflableo Pero a! Igua| qua redes los productos pueden prectsar un manlenimtenlo preventive o alguna reparacl6n de vez en cuando Per esle moti-...
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